Girl Susan Hussey, who resigned as a royal aide following a row over alleged racism, joined the King and Princess Royal for a church service on the royal household’s Sandringham property in Norfolk on Sunday.
Girl Susan, who’s Prince William’s godmother and was the late Queen’s woman in ready for greater than 60 years, seemed in good spirits as she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church.
She stepped down from her role after asking Ngozi Fulani, a black lady who campaigns towards home violence, the place she “actually got here from” at a Buckingham Palace reception in November.
Girl Susan, 83, apologised after she repeatedly requested Ms Fulani, chief govt of the charity Sistah House, about her heritage – in response to a transcript offered by Ms Fulani, who described the change as a “violation”.
In feedback to The Unbiased web site on the time, Ms Fulani mentioned: “That is larger than one particular person. It is institutional racism … this incident is unlucky and reveals that nothing has modified.”
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It occurred at a reception held by the Queen Consort to look at violence towards girls and women.
A spokesperson for the Prince of Wales described the incident as “actually disappointing”.
They added: “Clearly, I wasn’t there, however racism has no place in our society. The feedback had been unacceptable, and it’s proper that the person has stepped apart with rapid impact.”
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In December, Girl Susan and Ms Fulanu met once more at Buckingham Palace.
Their dialogue was “filled with warmth and understanding”, the palace mentioned.
“Girl Susan supplied her honest apologies for the feedback that had been made and the misery they prompted to Ms Fulani,” it added in an announcement.
“Lady Susan has pledged to deepen her consciousness of the sensitivities concerned and is grateful for the chance to study extra concerning the points on this space.
“Each Ms Fulani and Girl Susan … hope that their instance reveals a path to decision could be discovered with kindness, co-operation and the condemnation of discrimination wherever it takes root.”
Girl Hussey was married to Marmaduke Hussey, former chairman of the BBC’s board of governors.
She accompanied the Queen to Prince Philip’s funeral.